Join in the fun with the Sporty Scholars
The Sporty Scholars Swim Club
ESDC UK Ltd was set up in August 2009 to deliver PPA in SEN schools around Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire. We are the only “pools to schools concept” in the UK using this type of equipment and concept.
Our pools are located at your school premises and heated between 26 to 32 degrees, all lessons include an incredible ratio of 2:12 children with a certified Lifeguard and Level 2 Swim Instructor per session. We teach the programme that we built, tailored specifically to your school and pupils.
Our team of expert staff have been in the sports industry for over 20 years . All staff hold at least one Level 2 coaching qualification, Enhanced DBS, First Aid Certificate and participate in a minimum of 8 training days per year to help with their CPD portfolios.
In Partnership with
The Sporty Scholars Swim Club -
After School Club
Location: Clifton All Saints Academy
Dates: 1st November to 9th December 2022
For pupils who attend the school.
Times: two times available per year group which are
3:30-4:00pm and 4:10pm-4:40pm
Y5 & Y6 FRIDAY
Please choose your child's YEAR group. These sessions are for all abilities
Please be in swimming costume ready for your club time. Please wear Robe / Cover and flip flops to enter the pool premises. We don't supply towels please bring your own towel and goggles. We will have spare goggles incase anyone does not have a pair.
All Abilities: All children welcome
Non Swimmers: No Experience or little experience - Children will Gain confidence and improve skills with the aim to competently swim
Perform a star float for at least 30 seconds
Tread water for at least 30 seconds
Have experience of swimming in clothing
Swim at least 25 metres with ease and without stopping
Structured Fun Swim: Depending on abilities - during these sessions the children will retrieve objects from the bottom of the pool as well as collecting a variety of floating objects. They will develop underwater confidence by swimming through hoops and other larger floating objects. They will also continue to develop their stroke work.